ANALISIS KUALITAS BAKTERIOLOGIS ESCHERECHIA COLI DEPOT AIR MINUM TAHUN 2013 KABUPATEN PASURUAN JAWA TIMUR
Agistalia Alifany Putri
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The general objective of this study was to analyze the condition of drinking water station with coliform bacteriological parameters in 2013 in Pasuruan whereas special purpose, among others, (1) assess the condition of drinking water station in 2013 in Pasuruan, (2) identify the problems Drinking Water Station in 2013 in Pasuruan, and (3) describe the bacteriological parameters Coliform water station in 2013 in Pasuruan. This type of research used in this study is a descriptive study. Where the research was conducted in drinking water station Pasuruan. The study was conducted beginning in October 2013 until January 2014. Population in this study was 158 drinking water station located in Pasuruan. The samples used in this study were 35 station drinking water. The variables used in this study is the quality of drinking water. The analysis was performed descriptively using frequency distribution, cross tabulation, and then describe the results of the calculation. Based on the results of the study indicate that the drinking water station in Pasuruan conditions that do not meet the 60% requirement and qualify for 40%. Drinking water station on this research has been commonplace problems - the problems of the results include drinking water station. Operators who do not have a decent certificate has been following the course of hygiene sanitation drinking water station, Drinking water station tools such as micro- filter is appropriate lifetime, New Ultraviolet There are ignited when the buyer and Cleanliness and tidiness are less qualified. Based on the results of water samples in the depot refill drinking water, raw water well, as well as drinking water treatment results in Pasuruan for bacteriological parameters ( MPN Coliform and E. coli), and when compared with the Decree of the Minister of Health Standards No. 492/Menkes/PER/IV/2010 requirements and monitoring of drinking water, it was concluded that all the depots are still using less raw water that meets the requirements.
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